Faith Evanson (GH ‘24 she/her) is an undergraduate at Yale College majoring in Global Affairs. Her hometown is Louisville, Kentucky. She is interested in restorative justice, women’s health, human rights, and the relationship between health and development. One of her main interests includes medical ethics and the rights of health in times of armed conflict. She is a writer, editor, and social media coordinator for the Yale Undergraduate Human Rights Journal. She is the co-lead of Riker’s Island Debate project under the Yale Undergraduate Prison Project. Over Summer '21, she interned at the Kentucky Refugee Ministries, a refugee resettlement nonprofit, where she worked in the Family and Education Office. She spent her last summer studying abroad this summer in Geneva, where she studied international diplomacy and French and also conducted individual research project. She just finished out her research on the housing crisis and gentrification through the Researcher Associates Program with the CT based organization, Partnership for Strong Communities. She is also the President of Yale United against Inequities in Disease and the USG of Business and Partnerships for the Yale Model African Union. In her free time, she enjoys ballroom dancing, cooking, theatre, singing, and binge-watching her favorite movies and shows.